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Baby dolphin die-off in Gulf: Cold water, not oil spill, the culprit? – Christian Science Monitor

Posted on March 04, 2011 by bp complaints

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Baby dolphin die-off in Gulf: Cold water, not oil spill, the culprit?
Christian Science Monitor
“The dead dolphin in the room are the health effects,” said Louisiana oil disaster activist Elizabeth Cook, according to the Switchboard blog. Dauphin Sea Lab researchers haven't discounted the possibility that there may be other causes for the dolphin
Don't Let BP Wriggle Off the HookCenter For American Progress
Three urgent questions about the die-off of Gulf dolphinsNieman Watchdog (blog)
Three Urgent Questions about the Die-Off of Gulf DolphinsHuffington Post (blog)

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1 to “Baby dolphin die-off in Gulf: Cold water, not oil spill, the culprit? – Christian Science Monitor”

  1. robert d. haun says:

    The dispersants that were dumped, sprayed and injected into the oil in the Gulf of Mexico during the BP disaster were a mixture of detergents and glycol ethers. Glycol ethers are a human reproductive system toxin. Pregnant women exposed to glycol ethers tend to miscarry. Glycol ethers can cause testicular atrophy in human males. Has anyone studied the effect of glycol ethers on pregnant dolphins?



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